February 11, 2014
Members Present: Pat Rice, J.Phil Strand, Richard Johnson, Steve Senske ,Brad Lawson, Louis Rieg, Wally Geist, John Warner
Others Present: Gregory P. Marzec, Marry O. Marzec, Clayton Emick, Helen Emick, Larry Meter, Gregory
WolcoE, Kristen WolcoE, Kevin Ash, Keri Ash, Louis Ortman, Richard Sena, Diane Hendrix, Todd Saracki,
Kevin Cashdollar, Sue Ann Cashdollar, Edwin Derks, Nina Derks, Don McCord
Mr. Rice opened the meeting, Mr. Lawson, Zoning C.E.O. gave report. See February 11, 2014 minutes.
Mr. Saracki was asked to present more information regarding a storm water prevention plan that he wasn’t
able to answer at the last meeting. Mr. Saracki asking for one grant for side line setback 15X. vs. 20X. and
lake front going from 100X. to 80X. Run off concerns would be addressed by a dry swale water garden of
5000sq. X plus additional and lake runoff. starting at Rt 394 a 50X. right away will access to three
properties included will be a water garden at lake and below property. Homes will be one story from Rt.
394 and two stories from lakeside. Mr. Marzec, a property owner and neighbor expressed his concerns
about the 15X setback and doesn’t believe it can control the water, leading to erosion problems. Mr.
Marzec had a chronic water problem on his property for the last 6 years. Mr. Marzec presented photos
trying to protect the value of his property. Mr. Marzec also stated that he would prefer a certified P.E. in
resource management. Mr. Lawson suggested that Mr. PoEer is a qualified water specialist that knows the
law and is reputable from N.Y.S. The board would require Mr. Saracki to provide the proper information on
how the water is to be collected and migrated so it will not run into the neighbor’s property, damage
properties being built, or run into the lake. If all items are migrated by facts with reports that are
satisfactory then it may go to the ZBA for area variances.
Kevin and Keri Ash of 3696 Lakeland Ave. Site plan review to build a new home at a later date. (2017). The
property is three parcels of land with one owner. The new home will be a two story, three bedroom, two
and half bath, 1800 sq. X. with a new ti. The footprint is 1567sq. X. and will be 70X back from the
lake. Removal of two residential structures and one shed, to consist on one residential structure with
garage. Septic will be improved with a decreasing the sq X. of footprint of the permanent structure on
existing lot and pushing farther back. New home will need grading for foundation with storm water
prevention, with 12X setbacks. Two existing homes on lot will be demolished. Site plan was approved.
Kevin and Sue Cashdollar of Quigley Park/ Lot 3254 Chautauqua Ave. Mr. And Mrs. Cashdollar asking for a
site plan approval for an in ground pool. Set back 20 X. from the lake with 5 X. from property line. Pool
will be 5 X. at deepest point. Mr. Cashdollar was asked if he had any opposing neighbors and responded
that Mrs. Johanson was informed and is in agreement. Mr. Lawson expressed that N.Y. S. requires fencing
around the structure and talked about Lakeshore regulations that the ZBA will look at for area variance and
special permit. Site plan was approved.
Kristen and Greg WolcoE, 3353 Wall Street Dairy. Opening of a cheese production facility, classified as a
farmstead creamery, because of using milk from their own herd. The WolcoE’s would build/alter the
existing building to make a small cheese making facility with retail. Ms. WolcoEs goal is to use their own
quality controlled milk by existing cows on the property to create a variety of quality cheeses. The cheese
will be offered for sale in local and regional areas at compete retail prices. Mr. WolcoE is a farm manager
at Wall Street Dairy. Ms. WolcoE is a cheese maker and on-‐site facility manager. Kristen has been amending
and completing cheese making classes and visiting/apprenticing with other cheese production operations
for over a year. Two wells currently serve on Wall Street Dairy with approximately 1600-‐2000 gallons of
wastewater per month to the sepMc. The whey will be fed to young heifers and dry cows. Milk
transportation will be in a 200 gallon stainless steel tanker and trailer. Fresh soX and aged cheese will be
available, with the possibility of production by summer 2014. Site plan approved.
The next regular meeting is scheduled for March 11, 2014
Meeting adjourned at 9:00 PM.
Planning Board Clerk